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March 7, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

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FAMILY OUTING — IIliana, 7, holds "Luna" a 6-year-old Papillon while looking at the ice-free Niagara River while with her parents, Ramon & Diane Greco, during a recent trip to Isle View Par More...

State of the Town address set for March 23

The annual State of the Town address presented by Town of Tonawanda Supervisor Anthony Caruana and sponsored by the Ken-Ton Chamber of Commerce, will be held at the Chamber’s Members Luncheon meeting on Friday, March 23 at Classics V Banquet Ce More...

Therapeutic program seeks riders, volunteers

The High Hurdles Therapeutic Riding Program of SASi, or Suburban Adult Services Inc., is accepting applications for riderships and for volunteers.  Classes will be held mornings, afternoons and weekends and will run from March 12 through mid-Nov More...

State needs lifeguards

The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation is hiring lifeguards for the summer season at its swimming beaches and pools.  More...

Painter apprentice recruitment open

The Finishing Trades Institute of Western and Central New York will conduct a recruitment from March 1 through Feb. More...

Correction

The date for “Passport on the Move” being held at the Walden Galleria in Cheektowaga is Thursday, March 8. The date was omitted in a story published in last week’s edition.   More...

Brighton Fire District reorganizes

The Brighton Fire District Board of Commissioners recently held its organizational meeting, during which it named the leaders for 2012.  Commissioner Steven Dabney was approved by fellow board members to serve as chairman.  The board appoin More...

Community brief

William Koch, president of the Buffalo Religious Arts Center, will present “Buffalo’s Houses of Worship” at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 11 at 100 Knoche Road in the Town of Tonawanda. Call 873-5774 for more information.   More...

Woman reports candy missing from apartment

Village of Kenmore  Friday, Feb. 24   More...